The runaway cow rushed into the hospital and attacked the patients, causing panic. The bizarre incident took place at San Raphael Hospital in San Louis, Colombia. The cow broke the rope from the owner’s grip and created an atmosphere of terror in the hospital. The cow rushed to the waiting room and attacked the occupants.… Continue reading Rare cow rushes to hospital; Attack on patients, finally?
Black fingers after blood flow stops Covid The woman had to have her three fingers amputated due to damage to her blood vessels. The fingers of an 86-year-old Italian woman were cut off. The images were published in the European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery. Doctors in Italy say the disease, which causes necrotic,… Continue reading Malayalam News – Covid infected woman’s fingers turn black; Doctors cut and replaced | News18 Kerala, Coronavirus-latest-news Latest Malayalam News
Despite emerging therapies to treat sickle cell anemia in recent years. there is still a great need to optimize patient care through greater collaboration between emergency physicians, haematologists, patients and their families. It is certainly known that sickle cell anemia is a relatively rare condition, yet it is the most common inherited blood disorder in… Continue reading Emergency doctors have the potential to improve the treatment of sickle cell disease
Real-world heart failure patients representative of those enrolled in the Phase 3 study of the Comprehensive Approach to Reduction of Adverse Cardiac Outcomes through Improved Contractility in Heart Failure (GALACTIC-HF) were considered a high-risk population with Significant Unmet need study presented at the Heart Failure Society of America (HFSA) Virtual Annual Scientific Meeting 2020. The… Continue reading New data offers insight into HFrEF patient risk and treatment potential